Must come right sooner or later. Pulled by Ford 2020 F 250, 2004 Tracker 22 Regency/2010 90 E-Tec.
round pontoons ,D pontoons & now arrow pontoons. In a 2 log with a 125 or so it preformed very well.If this works it is the boat I was talking about. I can add to that. #4 Post by Bamaman » Thu Dec 20, 2012 9:25 pm I wish that this was a season where you could get both brands out on the water. Look as though they would ride real nice. some new ones have a bottom like a boat. Almost to much to take on board.When the boat goes up and over a wave, it comes down, and hits, either a trough or the next wave. Cheers Seasider -what is the boat in the little picture? The KiwiKraft and Aqualites (as mentioned by Contract) have deeper V hulls, that is what gives them the better ride, the aqualite has a seperate chine built in under the pontoon that provides lift and deflects spray, the round pontoons without a chine do tend to suck the spray over them and into the rear of the cockpit. If there are no pontoons, the hull will cut further through the water, which feels softer. Re: Eliptical pontoons vs round pontoons! This will be my first pontoon boat. There is still plenty of bait out there and the temps are still around 20degs so hope to do a few more days yet. Boat went very well in ideal conditions and I felt safe and very comfortable. I found a boat i like but it has large square pontoons. Tradition could also be to blame. I like them but haven't actually been in one - just admired them at boatshows and seen the odd one I've seen around.
A quality pontoon will have 25" round logs rather than the 23"-24" logs on a lesser quality boat. I can't quote the earlier Stabis as I never owned one but I had and I say
Our last fish in the gear 2012 was 3rd july 130mts off oceans in 17deg water on way to mokes. My boat 12 years old done way over 3000 hours long ago on 50 four yahmi and 10000s of nautical miles -we usually do 80 to 90 on a usual day gamefishing. This "hit" determines how "hard" it feels. If there are no pontoons, the hull will cut further through the water, which feels softer. Launched at Browns Bay at 5pm and were back just after 6pm with six nice snapper between us, caught softbaiting.
That's why I catch more big snapper and marlin than anyone I know out of a 16 foot trailer boat. The more suddenly it stops, the harder it feels. Great looking live bait setup on back of boat. beveled on both ends but square in the middle instead of round. The 25"'rs negate any flotation advantage the U shapes had if they were air filled. Pulled by Ford 2020 F 250, 2004 Tracker 22 Regency/2010 90 E-Tec. I am currently doing "due diligence" on my next aluminium pontoon boat. And that probably accounts for my biais towards the 490 stabi I 've had for last 12 years. Very accurate description of the "old" Stabi hulls performance. From personal experience, and if you like having cartilage in your knees, a Stabi with square pontoons that jut out at right angles to the water, isn't a good idea.
Pulled by Ford 2020 F 250, Pulled by Ford 2020 F 250, 2004 Tracker 22 Regency/2010 90 E-Tec. It is a misty Harbor. I think the significant difference is ......first, the angle that the bottom of the pontoon leaves the hull ....second, the width of the pontoon.A pontoon that angles more downward or horizontal (related to hitting the water), will cause harder ride - a pontoon that angles more upward, will be softer.A pontoon that is wider will cause harder ride; a narrower pontoon will be softer.
I'm getting less and less 'one eyed' the more time I spend around boats - just as well really because I need both of them too see half as well as I used to when I only used one That's why First one Ive seen with pontoons shaped this way. If there's pontoon sticking out the side of the hull, this will hit the water (at some point along the hull) and feel harder.I cant see that the shape of the pontoon will make a significant difference to the ride. I think some of us overthink this boat performance stuff - yours truly included. - although with the deeper v you can go a bit faster thru the rough stuff and keep ahead of the spray - most of the time. f you want a bigger boat (more room) have a look at stabi XCs about 5.8 mteters made around same time -late 90s.When the boat goes up and over a wave, it comes down, and hits, either a trough or the next wave. FWIW: it looks like it planes really well.Counting all the a$$holes in the room Well I'm definitely not aloneIt was the first planing pontoon that I know of. However, if they are truely square, they may be able to plane on the water, if you have enough HP to push them. Because of the attachment from the U shape to the structure of the deck the U … Good luck on the marlin-you should slay em in that. Not truely square. [quote="ParasympatheticLooks like it would turn Left really well. I would be very interested in seeing pictures of these "square" pontoons, as stated above, I've never seen any.If someone has square pontoon pics, I'd love to see them. They are meant to have the new "arrow pontoon technology".
Square or "V" shaped hulls have greater directional stability than round bottoms: so round bottom pontoon boats are easier to turn. So for no one has been able to tell me if there's any real difference or why would I want square?? When it comes to the 'ride', the round v's square debate is a bit misleading - the shape of the pontoon doesn;t really have that much to do with the ride as its not in the water. I think the significant difference is ......first, the angle that the bottom of the pontoon leaves the hull ....second, the width of the pontoon.A pontoon that angles more downward or horizontal (related to hitting the water), will cause harder ride - a pontoon that angles more upward, will be softer.A pontoon that is wider will cause harder ride; a narrower pontoon will be softer. Have taken a test run in the new 1650. I tried to google them, but had no success.Counting all the a$$holes in the room Well I'm definitely not aloneThanks Bamby. The kiwikraft and the scott robson pontoons are both rounded and have reputations as being really soft riding. Perfect description Bossco! Given the typical length to beam ratio of individual pontoons, planing isn't really possible.
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